A Colorado man was sentenced to one year and one day in prison on July 8 after creating a fake church and naming himself pastor so that he could evade taxes.
The Internal Revenue Service has reversed its decision to deny tax-exempt status for a Texas religious nonprofit group it said was too closely aligned with Republican values.
Individual giving across Florida has been in decline the past decade, except for affluent counties in the southeast and southwest parts of the state, raising concerns about the sustainability of current giving levels as more ...
A Canadian charity that drew fire after it was awarded a large government contract to provide pandemic aid is now facing scrutiny from donors who learned that memorial plaques honoring their loved ones had been ...
Taking cover from a Senate investigation could mean subpoenas for ministries
On May 2, a group of 20 conservative and Christian activists sent a letter to the Senate Finance Committee expressing concern over Sen. Charles Grassley's investigation of six televangelists.